By Will Ross, Africa editor, BBC World Service
Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have shot dead two students during protests in the capital, Kinshasa.
On Monday students at Kinshasa University held a demonstration calling for classes to resume as lecturers were on strike over pay.
It turned violent and one student was shot by the police.
When students learnt on Thursday the student had died, they started rioting on the campus.
The Congolese police confirmed that a second student was then shot dead.
A spokesman said 12 police officers were injured and buildings as well as vehicles were vandalised.
The BBC’s Poly Muzalia in Kinshasa sent some photos of the aftermath:
On Friday morning police used tear gas and fired in the air to disperse an angry crowd of students.